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Story Latest Ubuntu looks like a winner srlinuxx 28/11/2010 - 7:48pm
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Story Installing Apache2 With PHP5 And MySQL Support On Fedora 14 (LAMP) falko 28/11/2010 - 5:40pm
Story CeBIT - Free Exhibit Space Offered to FOSS projects srlinuxx 28/11/2010 - 4:38pm
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Story the author foolishly breaks his Mint installation srlinuxx 28/11/2010 - 4:33pm
Story Fedora 14 is not for Novice srlinuxx 28/11/2010 - 4:31pm
Story today's leftovers: srlinuxx 28/11/2010 - 5:15am
Story some howtos: srlinuxx 28/11/2010 - 2:59am

Configure OpenNMS Step By Step

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OpenNMS is an opensource enterprise network management tool. It helps network administrators to monitor critical services on remote machines and collects the information of remote nodes by using SNMP. OpenNMS has a very active community, where you can register yourself to discuss your problems. Normally openNMS installation and configuration takes time, but i have tried to cover installation and configuration part in few steps.

LinuxWorld Reshuffles Its Trade Show & Conference Deck

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With LinuxWorld San Francisco 2006 just around the corner, curiosity is hovering in the air over IDG's plans for future Linux and open source events. What's the bottom line on this subject from IDG's VP of LinuxWorld, Melinda Kendall?

Compiling and Installing GrSecurity Patched Kernel on Redhat, Centos, and Fedora

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grsecurity is an innovative approach to security utilizing a multi-layered detection, prevention, and containment model. Here I will explain in copy and paste format how to compile and install the Grsecurity patch for the latest kernel.

Digital rights fuel open-source debate

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Eben Moglen, legal counsel to Free Software Foundation, declared that the war against closed, proprietary software controlled by Microsoft and others is far from won.

Let's Save SymphonyOS

One of our most dearly beloved distributions is in danger. Lead developer Ryan Quinn is in need. So much so that the very development of SymphonyOS may not be able to be continued. If you could find it in your hearts and pocketbooks, please click on the SymphonyOS banner or visit his forum to help him out.

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KDevelop 4 and Qt's new dockwidget tabs

Trolltech has released a preview of the long awaited Java bindings for Qt 4. "Qt Jambi technology integrates Qt with the Java programming language, providing new possibilities for both Java and C++ programmers." With the release of Trolltech's java bindings it kinda feels like Christmas. I wanted to point out some more presents under the tree...

Lead PHP Developer Quits

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From: Jani Taskinen

Thank you all for the last 6 years or so. It has been fun (sometimes) and many times not so much fun. Unfortunately I have had enough and I don't want to be associated with this project anymore.

Who's Jani 'sniper' Taskinen?

Linux in your pocket: Run SLAX from your USB keychain

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You can run some Linux distributions entirely from CDs and now, from a tiny USB keychain. Vincent Danen gives you the basics on running the SLAX distro from this handy-sized device.

ATI Beats Nvidia to X.Org v7.1 Support

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After ATI's successful launch last month of the fglrx 8.26.18 drivers, which had delivered an external events daemon (atieventsd) and more, it is now time for us to discuss the changes in the newly released 8.27.10 Linux display drivers. Of the changes in this release include X11R7.1 support, Fedora Core packaging scripts, and Radeon X1000 TV-out support. As always, we have all of the details to share in our ATI fglrx 8.27.10 driver examination.

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Little-known APT utilities for Debian desktop users

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The Advanced Packaging Tool (APT) is a distinguishing feature of Debian-based systems. APT was the first major alternative in GNU/Linux to boast automatic dependency resolution. Most GNU/Linux users know it through the apt-get command, a utility that calls on the lower-level dpkg command. However, other APT-based utilities remain largely unknown to desktop users. Some of these utilities offer a range of functionality far beyond those of the basic tools.

Xandros Offers Linux Alternative For "Disenfranchised" Windows 98 & ME Users

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Xandros is offering these users a 50% mail-in rebate when upgrading to either Xandros Desktop Home Edition or Home Edition Premium which can be installed alongside the unsupported Microsoft Windows.

HP Not Happy About Patents in GPL 3

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The second draft of the GPL version 3 license is not even a day old and already one of the largest Linux vendors in the world is taking issue with its content.

Also: Linux creator Torvalds still no fan of GPLv3

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SimplyMEPIS 6.0 - What Happened?

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The highly anticipated SimplyMEPIS 6.0 was released on July 22. I'd been following the developmental cycle loosely by testing Alpha 1 and RC1 and being rather impressed, I had been quite anxious to test the final release.

More affordable PCs hit Singapore market

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The SGD 399 made-in-Singapore PCs runs on the Pentium 4 platform with a Linux OS, but for an extra SGD 200, you get the same PC running Windows XP.

A geo-located photo album in five easy pieces

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Open standards, and openness in general, enables people to combine a variety of technologies in new and interesting ways. For example, using a camera with Exif support, a GPS receiver, the Google Maps API, and Perl, PHP and JavaScript, Mike Whitton created a Web-based photo album in which the photographs are automatically placed on a map at the exact location they were taken. Let's take a look at how this is done.

Young Coders Summer on Google

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When Narayan Newton, an Oregon State computer science student, received an e-mail from a prominent developer of Linux desktop applications, he expected it to be a complaint. "I'd submitted some bug reports," he says. Instead, Newton was surprised.

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